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Library Materials

  • Connecticut Family Law Citations: A Reference Guide to Connecticut Family Law Decisions, by Cynthia C. George

  • Connecticut Practice, Family Law and Practice with Forms, by Arnold H. Rutkin

    • Chapter 12: Annulment in General
      Chapter 13: Grounds for Annulment
      Chapter 14: Procedure in Annulment Actions

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  Selected statutes:
  • Sec. 46b‑21. Kindred who may not marry.
  • Sec. 46b-22. Who may join persons in marriage. Penalty for unauthorized performance.
  • Sec. 46b-24. License required. Period of validity. Penalty.
  • Sec. 46b-29. Marriage of persons under conservatorship or guardianship.
  • Sec. 46b-30. Marriage of minors.
  • Sec. 46b-40. Grounds for dissolution of marriage; legal separation; annulment.
  • Sec. 46b-67(b).Neither the ninety-day period specified in this section nor the six-month period referred to in section 46b-53 shall apply in actions for annulment´┐Ż
  • Sec. 46b‑48. Dissolution of marriage or annulment upon conviction of crime against chastity; procedure.

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